NEET UG Cut Off 2023 for Government College, Category Wise GEN, OBC, SC/ ST

The NEET UG Cut Off 2023 is crucial because it decides the minimum qualifying score and ranks needed for admission. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is an entrance for medical at national level. It’s the main way for students to get into medical (MBBS) and dental (BDS) courses offered by government and private colleges across the country. The cut-off marks differ for various categories and are announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) when they release the NEET results.

NEET UG Cut Off 2023

The NEET UG (Undergraduate) Cut Off for 2023 is essential tool to check the eligibility of the candidate for admission in MBBS and BDS college. It serves as the minimum passing mark required in the NEET exam. The cut off varies each year and is influenced by factors such as the exam’s difficulty level, the number of students who appeared for it, and the availability of seats. This cut off for 2023 holds significant importance as it decides if students can pursue a career in medicine or dentistry.

NEET UG Cut Off 2023 Category wise

The NEET UG Cut Off 2023 is given below. There are total 703 medical colleges in India in which 388 are government and semi government colleges, AIIMS and central universities and 52 are deemed universities and out of 703, there are 263 private medical colleges.There are total 15 AIIMS and 2 JIPMER colleges in India.

CategoryQualifying PercentileCut Off Marks
UR 50th715-150
EWS45th150-110
OBC40th150-107
OBC-PH40th105-90
SC40th115-90
SC-PH40th105-90
ST40th110-95
ST-PH40th105-90

NEET UG Cut Off 2023 for MBBS & BDS

The NEET UG Counseling 2023 for admission in MBBS and BDS will be held in three phases. The first two phases are round 1 occurs between 20th to 21st July and round 2 occurs between 7th to 8th August. The interested candidates who will not get the seat in the first round can apply in the second round for admission and BDS colleges.The last round is mop-up round will occurs between 31st Aug to 4th August 2023 and in the last there is stay vacancy round for remaining seats will occur between 21st to 23rd September 2023.

CategoryMBBS Cut Off (round-1)MBBS Cut Off (round-2)MBBS Cut Off (mop round)BDS Cut Off (round-1)BDS Cut Off (round-2)BDS Cut Off (mop round)
UR139601565919209245323050034809
EWS156651858519599271903506040610
OBC149501887919329267983310037540
SC787859341099549104872151239174370
ST102588107511120810140729151335174688

NEET UG Cut Off 2023 for Government College

The table given below provides the nearest closing rank for the admission in MBBS and BDS Colleges in different states on the basis of previous years cutoff in the last five years. This is the last rank at which admission occurs in each year. The name of some prestigious colleges are given below according to the rank wise such as Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) Delhi, University College of Medical Science (UCMS Delhi), Vardhan Mahavir Medical College (VMMC Delhi), Lady Hardinge Medical College (LHMC Delhi), King George’s Medical College (KGMC Lucknow), Grant Medical college Mumbai, Stanley Medical College Chennai.

NEET UG Cut Off 2023
NEET UG Cut Off 2023

NEET 2022 Cut Off Marks

The table given below provides the information of NEET UG Cut off 2022 in different categories for the admission in MBBS and dental colleges in different states The cut-off marks is the minimum marks for the admission in MBBS and BDS colleges. The Qualifying Percentile is the minimum marks the candidates should obtain to qualify the NEET UG Exam.

CategoryQualifying PercentileCut Off marks
UR50th715-117
EWS45th150-110
OBC40th115-95
OBC-PH40th104-95
SC40th116-95
SC-PH40th104-85
ST40th115-95
ST-PH40th104-95

FAQ’s

What will be the NEET UG Cut Off 2023?

It is the minimum marks required to take admission in MBBS and BDS colleges. It varies for different categories and is announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

How the NEET UG Cut Off 2023 is determined?

The NEET UG Cut Off 2023 is determined based on several factors, including the difficulty level of the exam, the number of candidates appearing, and the availability of seats in medical and dental colleges.

How many seats are there for MBBS and BDS Courses in 2023?

There are total 97,293 seat and 27,868 seats available for admission in MBBS and BDS respectively.

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